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Clematis plants, commonly known as 'Old Man's Beard', have a multitude of uses in the garden. Large flowered clematis will quickly transform walls and fences during the summer. Grow evergreen clematis and winter flowering clematis varieties for colour and interest during the darkest months, or hide ugly outbuildings with the vigorous growth of Clematis montana. You can even find dwarf clematis for smaller gardens or trailing from patio pots.
Clematis 'Early Sensation' (Large Plant)
Clematis cartmanii, Old Man's BeardAs the name suggests, Clematis 'Early Sensation' is an early flowering variety. The large, fragrant white blooms with yellow-green stamens are followed by attractive fluffy seed heads. The non-clinging stems are cloaked in evergreen foliage which is bronze when young before maturing to dark green. Grow this compact clematis among mature shrubs or trained onto an obelisk in a large patio container for an elegant start to the growing season. Height: 2m (6'). Spread: 1m (3'). Pruning group: 1. More info
Clematis florida 'Sieboldii'
Clematis florida var. florida 'Sieboldiana', Old Man's BeardCustomer Rating
Sought after for its showy blooms of crisp, white petals that surround a central dome of rich, purple stamens. This show-stopping clematis is fantastic for transforming walls and fences into a floral showpiece. When the flowers fade, the fluffy seed heads continue the performance into late summer and autumn. Clematis florida 'Sieboldii' makes a striking specimen for walls, fences and containers. Height: 2.5m (8'). Spread: 1m (3') Pruning group: 3.
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